Endosterol Part 1Written by admin on December 29th, 2009
“Endosterol , We have covered the 6 main causes of prostate problems; hormonal imbalances, cancer, zinc deficiency, cadmium toxicity, calcification and infection.
We have also covered the ingredients best suited to deal with these problems:
Namely beta sitosterol, ellagic acid, pumpkin extract, and EDTA.
The last question to be answered is in what form should these ingredients best be administered?
The answer is as a suppository!
Suppository administration was chosen as the delivery mechanism for Endosterol for 2 reasons.
First, rectal absorption is recognized as being some 20 times greater than oral absorption.
Second, and more importantly has to do with the location of the prostate.
When a suppository is inserted into the body, it rests mere inches away from the prostate itself.
It is this ability of a suppository to deliver ingredients directly to the prostate that makes it the optimal method of administration.
Congratulation, you’ve now completed a crash course on prostate health.
You know the six main causes of prostate problems, as well as what ingredients can be taken both preventatively as well as therapeutically.
For more information on Endosterol, a product that combines all ingredients we’ve talked about, contact MBA Company.
Let’s cover how the same ingredients used in Endosterol have other applications for our health.
In particular, we will discuss Endosterol and the role it can play supporting the body in dealing with
chronic inflammation, circulation disturbances, immune dysfunction and generalized female disorders.
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